gaunt

Cringe vs Gaunt - What's the difference?

cringe | gaunt |


As a noun cringe

is a posture or gesture of shrinking or recoiling.

As a verb cringe

is (dated|intransitive) to bow or crouch in servility.

As an adjective gaunt is

lean, angular and bony.

Dynamically vs Gaunt - What's the difference?

dynamically | gaunt |


As an adverb dynamically

is of a dynamic nature; variable or constantly changing nature.

As an adjective gaunt is

lean, angular and bony.

Gaunt vs Meager - What's the difference?

gaunt | meager |


As adjectives the difference between gaunt and meager

is that gaunt is lean, angular and bony while meager is having little flesh; lean; thin.

As a verb meager is

to make lean.

Gant vs Gaunt - What's the difference?

gant | gaunt |


As a proper noun gant

is .

As an adjective gaunt is

lean, angular and bony.

Gaunt vs Giaunt - What's the difference?

gaunt | giaunt |


As adjectives the difference between gaunt and giaunt

is that gaunt is lean, angular and bony while giaunt is .

As a noun giaunt is

.

Gaunt vs Gault - What's the difference?

gaunt | gault |


As an adjective gaunt

is lean, angular and bony.

As a noun gault is

a type of stiff, blue clay, sometimes used for making bricks.

Gaunt vs Naunt - What's the difference?

gaunt | naunt |


As an adjective gaunt

is lean, angular and bony.

As a noun naunt is

(nonstandard|proscribed|dated) aunt, mine aunt.

Gaunt vs Graunt - What's the difference?

gaunt | graunt |


As an adjective gaunt

is lean, angular and bony.

As a noun graunt is

.

As a verb graunt is

.

Gaunt vs Vaunt - What's the difference?

gaunt | vaunt |


As an adjective gaunt

is lean, angular and bony.

As a verb vaunt is

to speak boastfully.

As a noun vaunt is

a boast; an instance of vaunting or vaunt can be (obsolete) the first part.

Gaunt vs Daunt - What's the difference?

gaunt | daunt |


As an adjective gaunt

is lean, angular and bony.

As a verb daunt is

to discourage, intimidate.

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